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Steplanka tours - Negombo
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Taxi to Trinconamalee from Colombo airport,Negombo or Colombo
cost 120 USD only
Please contact
michaelairporttaxi@gmail.com

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Taxi Colombo airport to Batticaloa
cost only 145 USD only
michaelairporttaxi@gmail.com

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Taxi Colombo airport to Nilaveli ( Trinconamalee)
costing 130 USD include everything,
Please contact
michaelairporttaxi@gmail.com

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Taxi Colombo airport to Trinconamalee
cost 125 USD include everything

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Steplanka tours - my clients at Colombo Airport
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Gall Fort 
Gall fort is 35 KMs away from Mirissa beach and an  hour drive on the costal belt.  
It is an ancient natural harbor and UNSCO has accepted it as a World Heritage Sight. It is historically very famous place because the British writer Emerson Tenant says that
the world famous harbor  was called as ‘TASIS’ and King Salomon had taken peacocks , tamed elephants, ivories, pearls and gems using this harbor according to the Old Testament in the Bible in ancient time. In 14 century AD, Ebon Batuta wrote that the harbor was well establishing one. In 1505 Portuguese arrived to Srilanka and made a fort using bamboo trees for the trade. In 1638 Dutch arrived to Srilanka and had the power over the Portuguese in Gall fort. The Gall Fort was a great place for the trade, so they made the fort and harbor using especial kind of mud and corals in a strong way with a big wall around the fort, warehouses, officers, light house, prison, strong gates with hikes and more than six bastions where cannons had placed can be seen even presently. British had too used the Gall fort and they have taken tea, pepper, cloves, cinnamon, gem stones and other valuables through the harbor from 1798 and 1948.The mixer of European architectures from Potugues, Dutch and British can be seen presently, and the marine museum is another important place to visit where you can get good understanding about the ancient naval power of Europeans in Srilanka.
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Galle and Mirissa beach
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